AboutKeita Higuchi is a Project Research Associate in Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo. He received his B.A. degree in Kanazawa Institute of Technology. He also received his M.S. and Ph.D. degree in the University of Tokyo. He was supervised by Prof. Jun Rekimoto at Rekimoto Lab on Human-UAV interaction projects which won a Emerging Technologies Prize at ACM Siggraph Asia 2012. He joined Multimedia, Interaction, and Communication (MIC) group, Microsoft Research Redmond as a research intern student twice on the Viiboard Project that his paper was accepted by CHI 2015. He is now working with Prof. Yoichi Sato on the CREST project which focuses on understanding group attention and activities by analyzing information gathered from multiple wearable devices, such as wearable cameras and eye trackers. He is working on remote collaboration and video browsing interface studies that the papers were published in CHI 2016 and CHI 2017 respectively. He is also actively working on accessibility technologies for people with disabilities (e.g. blind, and ASD) that the paper was accepted to IUI 2018.
- Keita Higuchi, Soichiro Matsuda, Rie Kamikubo, Takuya Enomoto, Yusuke Sugano, Jun'ichi Yamamoto, and Yoichi Sato, Visualizing Gaze Direction to Support Video Coding of Social Attention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Proceedings of IUI 2018. [Accepted!][preprint]
- Keita Higuchi, Ryo Yonetani, and Yoichi Sato, EgoScanning: Quickly Scanning First-Person Videos with Egocentric Elastic Timelines, Proceedings of CHI 2017. [preprint]
- Keita Higuchi, Ryo Yonetani, and Yoichi Sato, Can Eye Help You?: Effects of Visualizing Eye Fixations on Remote Collaboration Scenarios for Physical Tasks, Proceedings of CHI 2016. [preprint]
- Keita Higuchi, Yinpeng Chen, Philip A Chou, Zhengyou Zhang, Zicheng Liu, ImmerseBoard: Immersive Telepresence Experience using a Digital Whiteboard, Proceedings of CHI 2015, Seoul, Korea, 2015. [pdf]
- Kei Nitta, Keita Higuchi, Yuichi Tadokoro, Jun Rekimoto, Shepherd Pass: Ability Tuning for Augmented Sports using Ball-Shaped Quadcopter, Proceedings of ACE 2015, Iskandar, Malaysia, 2015. [preprint]
- Keita Higuchi, Katsuya Fujii, Jun Rekimoto Flying Head: A Head-Synchronization Mechanism for Flying Telepresence，The 23rd h IEEE International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence (ICAT 2013)，December 11-13, 2013, Tokyo, Japan.[preprint]
Research InterestsHuman-Computer Interaction, Computer Vision, Human-UAV Interaction, Accessibility, Telepresence, Augmented Human.
- Our paper has been accepted by ISS 2018 :)
- Our paper has been accepted by IUI 2018 :)
- Our paper has been accepted by CHI 2017 :D
- Our paper has been accepted by CVPR 2016 workshop!
- Our paper has been accepted by CHI 2016 :D